freezing multiple panes in Excel 2010

sirN

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I have Excel 2010 and only get the option to freeze either the top pane or the left pane. But I would like to freeze both. When I select one, it deselects the other. I know I can use a split, but I prefer freeze panes instead. Is there a way in 2010 to freeze multiple panes?
 

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sirN

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Figured it out. I needed to release the previous freeze panes, then select the cell next to where I wanted the panes to freeze, then select "Freeze panes" from my ribbon.

It wasn't showing because I had previous panes frozen. Works good now.
 

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